DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Partly cloudy skies will prevail tonight as we drop into the low 70s once again.
Monday will be another seasonably warm day with highs in the low 90s. As a frontal system starts to approach our area from the north during the mid to late afternoon, we can expect a few showers and storms to develop and move across the region. Some of these could carry over into the evening hours before dissipating once we lose daytime heating after sunset. We’re looking at about a 30% chance for rain area-wide, so more folks should get rain tomorrow compared to what we saw today.
The rest of the work week will feature multiple rounds of unsettled weather as the aforementioned front continues to progress southward through the area, eventually stalling right over us or somewhere in the Florida Panhandle. This setup with the front and its interaction with moisture-rich southerly flow from the Gulf will favor 60-70% chances for afternoon/evening showers and storms from Tuesday all the way through Friday. We’ll keep highs near normal in the low 90s Tuesday and Wednesday before we dip down into the upper 80s for Thursday and Friday. Lows will remain in the 70s.
Rain chances will remain high to begin next weekend as well, with Saturday also featuring a 60% chance for showers and storms. We’ll start out the morning in the low 70s and climb into the upper 80s once again.
Another round of showers and storms is anticipated on Sunday, but the coverage of these will be more scattered than days prior as rain chances fall a little bit to 50%. We’ll finally return to the low 90s for highs; lows will stay parked in the 70s.